Emigrants of 1854

compiled by Stephenie Flora
copyright 2004


Note: the numbers in front of an individuals name indicate the train they traveled with.  Women are listed by their maiden name (if known) even if they were married at the time of emigration.  The emigration list for 1854 is incomplete and will be updated as new information is discovered.  If you have family from 1854 that is not listed please contact me so that I can add their names.

*1) Macy TrainIn 1854 used what became known as the Free Emigrant Road.  Variations of the route had been used in 1845 when Meek led a train into the area that resulted in a loss of life and much suffering.   It was attempted once again in 1853 when Elijah Elliott met incoming wagons and attempted to take them over the route only to become lost when he found the trail poorly marked.   In 1843, William Macy, who was one of the road commissioners in 1853 and who was considered one of the more knowledgeable men on the cutoff, was hired for $1,000 to perfect the route.  Macy met and brought back a train of 121 wagons by taking a short cut north of the lakes.  He then shortened the distance in Central Oregon by avoiding Wagontire Mountain and came down the Crooked River to the Deschutes.  His variation the the route resulted in more water for the emigrants and few problems.  It was the largest group to use the Road until 1859.

*2) Capt. John M. Bell led a train of approximately 20 wagons from St. Joseph, MO

*3) William Ward Train, Ward Massacre

*4) Capt. J.P. Coates; led a large train that broke up into smaller groups later

*4) Perry Train

*5) Chapman Train:

*6) Sutton Train: left Beardstwon, Cass Co, IL March 21, 1854 and train arrived in the Willamette Valley October 2, 1854;  the Chapman and Sutton Trains often traveled together or in close proximity [Sarah Sutton Diary and Letters, Covered Wagon Women by Kenneth L. Holmes Vol 7]

*7) Ebey Train: consisted of the Jacob Ebey family from Missouri

*8) Vermilion Train aka Yantis Train; led by Alexander Yantis; left Vermilion, OH; [Diaries of Elizabeth Austin and Anna Maria Goodell (aka Goodale) Covered Wagon Women by Kenneth L. Holmes Vol 7]

Emigrants of 1854

 

 

ABBOTT, Webster A. (1830- ): m'd 1854 COFFEY, Louise; Webster was born 1830 NY

*3) ADAMS, Charles ( -1854): Ward Train Massacre

*3) ADAMS, Dr. ( -1854): Ward Train Massacre

ADAMS, William (1826- ): m'd 07 May 1866 SCOTLEN, Eliza K.; William was born 26 Feb 1826 KY

AINSWORTH, Lewis (1829-1914): m'd BARTHOLOMEW, Persis;  Lewis Ainsworth and his wife Persis made the journey with wagon & oxen.  They made it their honeymoon trip, leaving from Iowa, and arriving in Jacksonville, OR where they "tried their luck" for 1-2 years.  They then went south to Shasta, California and eventually setttled permanently in the City of Orange, Orange County, CA. where he was a prominent businessman until the early 1900s.  Their home is now a museum, owned by the City and is open to the public as a good example of everyday life in the latter part of the 1800s. [note: This is not the same Capt Ainswoth family of  NW Oregon.]  Ainsworth Biography      Lewis Ainsworth House 

AIRS, George E.:

ALFRED, Francis Marion (1832- ): m'd 15 Oct 1868 HOFFMAN, Mary E.; Francis was born 17 Feb 1832 MO

ALLEN, Anderson (1820- ): m'd 1841 [ ], Nancy; settled Clackamas Co

*1) ALLEN, Elizabeth: m'd 1851 YATES, Jeptha C.

*2) ALLEN, Mary Ann: m'd PENNOYER, Sylvester

*1) ALLEN, Samuel (1799- ): m'd c1817 SPEER, Nancy

AMON, Annie (c1834- ): m'd SAPPINGTON, Mr.; d/o Reason and Corilla (Welch) Amon; emigrated with widowed mother

AMON, Mary Ellen (1841-1926): m'd 16 Jul 1858 HUNT, John Abram; d/o Reason and Corilla (Welch) Amon; emigrated with widowed mother

AMON, Mathias (1843-1860): s/o Reason and Corilla (Welch) Amon; emigrated with widowed mother

AMON, Matilda Jane (1853-c1877): m'd HUNT, James Tarkington; d/o Reason and Corilla (Welch) Amon; emigrated with widowed mother

AMON, Middleton (c1836- ): never married; s/o Reason and Corilla (Welch) Amon; emigrated with widowed mother

AMON, Ralph (c1850- ): s/o Reason and Corilla (Welch) Amon; emigrated with widowed mother

*3) AMON, Sylvester (c1838-1854): never married; s/o Reason and Corilla (Welch) Amon; killed in Ward Massacre; emigrated with widowed mother; went out with others looking for cattle and came upon massacre.  Shot by Indians.

AMON, William Reason (c1847- ): s/o Reason and Corilla (Welch) Amon; emigrated with widowed mother

*8) AUSTIN, Elizabeth "Libbie" (1826-1897): m'd 10 Feb 1855 ROEDER, Henry; husband founded Bellingham,WA; Elizabeth died 12 Feb 1897

BABCOCK, William (-1854): Ward Train Massacre

*1) BAGLEY, John ( -1893): m'd MILSAP, Lucretia;  died in Yreka, CA on business trip

*1) BAGLEY, Robert Henry (1854-1915): m'd 1891 COLLINSON, Ann Jane

BAKER, Margaret: m'd 1848 BLEDSOE, Smith

BAMBERGER, George (1823- ): settled Lane Co

BARTHOLOMEW, Persis: m'd AINSWORTH, Lewis; d/o Daniel and Augusta (Simmons) Bartholomew Ainsworth Biography      Lewis Ainsworth House 

BATES, Edward H. (1830-1907): m. c1856 [UNKNOWN], Catherine J.; Edward was born 30 Jan 1830 Norwalk, Huron Co, OH and died 30 Oct 1907 Eugene, Lane Co, OR; buried Eugene Pioneer Cemetery, Eugene, Lane Co, OR;  Edward spent most of his early years in Ca and for a short time in Utah before coming to OR;  he was the father of 14 children

*7) BEAM, George Wesley (c1832-1864): settled on Whidbey Island in Pugent Sound

*1) BEASON, John (c1808- ): m'd 1853 MCCAIN, Mary E.

*2) BELL, John Colgate: m'd WARD, Sarah E.; original emigrant in 1849, returned east in 1851 and brought family out in 1854

BEMIS, Hannah Thompson (1824 - ): m1.1842 TRACY, Joseph Franklin; m2. CLARK, John Roscoe

BEVINS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BEVINS, Frances: c/o Hudson and Mary (Wilson) Bevins

BEVINS, George: s/o Hudson and Mary (Wilson) Bevins

BEVINS, Hudson: s/o Hudson and Mary (Wilson) Bevins

BEVINS, Hudson James: m'd WILSON, Mary; Captain of the wagon train; emigrated with three wagons each drawn by three yoke of oxen; the cost for Hudson to make the trip was $1800

BEVINS, John: s/o Hudson and Mary (Wilson) Bevins

BEVINS, Joyce: d/o Hudson and Mary (Wilson) Bevins

BEVINS, Truman O. (1841-1927): m'd 1864 GRANT, Mary Ellen; s/o Hudson and Mary (Wilson) Bevins

BEVINS, Willard: m'd 1869 WELLS, Mary Susan; s/o Hudson and Mary (Wilson) Bevins

BIGELOW, Amasa (1811- ): m'd 1837 BOYCE, Phoebe

BIGELOW, Child1: c/o Amasa and Phoebe (Boyce) Bigelow

BIGELOW, Child2: c/o Amasa and Phoebe (Boyce) Bigelow

BIGELOW, Child3: c/o Amasa and Phoebe (Boyce) Bigelow

*1) BLACHLEY, Angeline ( - ): d/o Ebenezer and Susan (Butler) Blachley

BIGELOW, Child4: c/o Amasa and Phoebe (Boyce) Bigelow

BIGELOW, Child5: c/o Amasa and Phoebe (Boyce) Bigelow

BIGELOW, Child6: c/o Amasa and Phoebe (Boyce) Bigelow

BIGELOW, Child7: c/o Amasa and Phoebe (Boyce) Bigelow

BIRSTEN, Magnus: s/o Magnus Birsten and his Indian wife; Margus arrived with his family in the Selkirk Expedition led by James Sinclair from the Red River District; Magnus' brothers arrived in 1841; this name is seen as Burston after their arrival and they were listed as Birsten in the Red River District census records.

*1) BLACHLEY, Angeline: d/o Ebenezer and Susan (Butler) Blachley

*1) BLACHLEY, Butler (c1838- ): s/o Ebenezer and Susan (Butler) Blachley

*1) BLACHLEY, Eben ( - ): m'd STAFFER, Caroline; s/o Ebenezer and Susan (Butler) Blachley

*1) BLACHLEY, Ebenezer (1812- ): m'd 1837 BUTLER, Susan

*1) BLACHLEY, Elizabeth (1840- ): m'd 1858 JANUARY, Jonathan; d/o Ebenezer and Susan (Butler) Blachley

*1) BLACHLEY, Miller ( - ): m'd GRAVES, Mary E.; s/o Ebenezer and Susan (Butler) Blachley

*1) BLACHLEY, Rinear (c1852- ): s/o Ebenezer and Susan (Butler) Blachley

*1) BLACHLEY, Warren P. (1847- ): s/o Ebenezer and Susan (Butler) Blachley

*1) BLACHLEY, William B. ( - ): s/o Ebenezer and Susan (Butler) Blachley

BLEDSOE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
BLEDSOE, Smith (1824- ): m'd 1848 BAKER, Margaret

BLUE, Sarah Ann: m'd 1815 EBEY, Jacob Neff

*1) BONNETT, Samuel J. (1814- ): m'd c1839 PARSON, Annie

BOONE, Cassandra (c1837-): m'd 1850 WHITELY, Franklin M.; d/o [ ] and Sarah (Grooms) Boone; g-granddaughter of Daniel Boone; per Peggy Lovelace Contreras

BOONE, Sarah Griffin (c1824- ): m'd 1850 PHILPS, William; d/o [ ] and Sarah (Grooms) Boone; g-granddaughter of Daniel Boone; per Peggy Lovelace Contreras

BOOTHE, Jedediah (1854- ): m'd SIMMONS, Carrie

BOTTEMILLER, Lydia ( - ):

BOYCE, Phoebe ( - ): m'd 1837 BIGELOW, Amasa

BRANNAN, Joseph (1825- ): m'd 1857 HANNESS, Sarah V.; settled in what is now Washington State

*1) BRESLER, Washington S. (1831- ):

*1) BROWN, Sarah A. (1832-1917): m'd CONDIT, Sylvanus; buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR

*7) BURR, Mr ( -1854): died on trail 20 Jun 1854

BURRES, John Lewis: cut off for CA ; [OHS: Mss #556, Reminiscence, 45p, departed St. Louis, MO March 16, 1854 and arrived Ione City, CA October 21, 1854]

*1) BUTLER, Susan (c1820- ): m'd 1837 BLACHLEY, Ebenezer

BYRD, Virginia Weiss (1821-1859): m'd 1844 MAGNESS, John Redman; died in childbirth while returning from visiting brother at Fairfield; buried at Springfield, Lane Co, OR

CAMPBELL, Hester Ann (1825-1898): m'd SMALL, Isaac H.

Joseph CARTER FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*6) CARTER, Calloway (1826-1856): m'd ROORK, Sarah; settled near what ispresent day Boring, OR (per Jean Spangler)

*6) CARTER, Child1 (c1848- ): c/o Joseph and Laura Ann (Stewart) Carter

*6) ARTER, Child2 (c1850- ): c/o Joseph and Laura Ann (Stewart) Carter

*6) CARTER, Child3 (c1852- ): c/o Joseph and Laura Ann (Stewart) Carter

*1) CARTER, John C. (1812- ):

*1) CARTER, John J. (1815- ): m'd 1852 VANATTA, Elizabeth

*6) CARTER, Joseph: m'd 1846 STEWART, Laura Ann

CASTLE, Emily (1820-1888): m'd CORNELL, William; buried Lee Mission Cemetery, Salem, Marion Co, OR; William Cornell and Emily's brother, Judson emigrated in 1852; Judson died on trail in 1852

*6) CHAMBERLAIN, David (1819- ): m'd 19 Jun 1855 COOPER, Martha A.

CHAPMAN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*6) CHAPMAN, Addison B. (1819-1865): m'd [], Susan; s/o George and Joyce (Napier) Chapman; buried Canyonville Cemetery, Douglas Co, OR

*6) CHAPMAN, Almarine (1852- ): s/o John and Martha (Eells) Chapman

*6) CHAPMAN, Andrew (c1851- ): s/o Addison and Susan Chapman

*6) CHAPMAN, George Jefferson "Jeff" (1822-1877): m'd 1850 EELLS, Eliza Jane;s/o George and Joyce (Napier) Chapman

*6) CHAPMAN, George N. (c1854-): s/o John and Martha (Eells) Chapman

*6) CHAPMAN, John Henry (1825-1917): m'd 1851 EELLS, Martha Ann;s/o George and Joyce (Napier) Chapman

*6) CHAPMAN, Martha Ann: m'd CHAPMAN, William; maiden name unknown at this time

*6) CHAPMAN, Mary Adeline (1854-1945): m'd CANNON, Richard Lee; d/o George J. and Eliza (Eells) Chapman

*6) CHAPMAN, Menelious "Curly" (1852-): s/o George and Eliza (Eells) Chapman

*6) CHAPMAN, Susan (1829-1905): m'd CHAPMAN, Addison B.; buried in Canyonville Cemetery, Douglas Co, OR

*6) CHAPMAN, William: m'd [    ], Martha Ann; no relation to other Chapmans in this train; settled Josephine Co, OR

CHAPPELL, Lyman (1816- ): m'd 1849 [], Sarah

CHAPPELL, Sarah: m'd 1849 CHAPPELL, Lyman; maiden name unknown at this time

*1) CHESHIRE, Miley Jane: m'd 1849 PURKERSON, William G.

CLARK, Elizabeth: m'd 1852 CLARK, John J.; maiden name unknown at this time

CLARK, John J. (1815- ): m'd 1852 [ ], Elizabeth

CLINE, John Michael (1820-1859): m'd 1844 TRIM, Nancy

COFFIN FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*1) COFFIN, George D. (1824- ): m'd 1848  WILLIAMS, Elizabeth

COMP, Casper ( - ):

COMP, Casper Mrs.: m'd COMP, Casper

COMP, Child: s/o Casper Comp

COMP, Child: s/o Casper Comp

*) CONDIT, Alva (1831-1862): m'd REASONER, Mary A.; s/o Phillip and Nancy (Gordon) Condit

*1) CONDIT, Cyrenius (1827-1904): m1. 1851 ROWLAND, Rebecca; m2. 1865 FRANK, Rebecca Jane; s/o Phillip and Nancy (Gordon) Condit; buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR

*1) CONDIT, David William Cooper (1842-1869): s/o Phillip and Nancy (Gordon) Condit; buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR

*1) CONDIT, James Philip ( -1854): s/o Cyrenius and Rebecca (Rowland) Condit; buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR

*1) CONDIT, Mary A. (1838-1862): d/oPhillip and Nancy (Gordon) Condit

*1) CONDIT, Nancy ( -1854): adopted daughter of Phillip and Nancy (Gordon) Condit

*1) CONDIT, Philip (1801-1856): m'd 1826 GORDON, Nancy; s/o David Condit; settled Marion Co; brother, Alva, was emigrant of 1845; was a presbyterian minister; built church near Aumsville; buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR; [OHS: Mss #922; diary, departed Council Bluffs, IA May 5, 1854 and arrived Willamette Valley September 13, 1854]; Condit Diary

*1) CONDIT, Samuel J. (1834-1866): m'd CAMPBELL, Virginia; s/o Phillip and Nancy (Gordon) Condit; buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR

*1) CONDIT, Sylvanus (1829-1904): m'd BROWN, Sarah A.; emigrant of 1851 who returned in 1853 to lead other family members out in 1854; buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR [OHS: Mss #923; diary, departed Council Bluffs, IA May 5, 1854 and arrived Willamette Valley September 16, 1854]

*6 COOK, Franklin Pierce (1854-1921): s/o Jacob and Jane (Neely) Cook

*6) COOK, Harriett J.: m'd 13 Sep 1850 COOK, Thomas L.; maiden name unknown at this time

*6) COOK, Jacob N. "Missouri" (1815-1878): m'd 1845 NEELY, Jane Ann; settled Lane Co

*6) COOK, John Nelson (1849-1929): s/o Jacob and Jane (Neely) Cook; died Noti, OR

*6) COOK, Mary Louise (1846-1911): m'd BOYD, J.R. "George"; d/o Jacob and Jane (Neely) Cook; died Curry Co; buried Old Grants Pass Cemetery

*6) COOK, Son1; s/o Thomas and Harriett Cook

*6) COOK, Son2; s/o Thomas and Harriett Cook

*6) COOK, Thomas L.: m'd 13 Sep 1850 [   ], Harriett J.;

CORNELL, Wilbur F. ( -1911): m'd 1878 LOONEY, Frances Margaret

*1) CRUM, Jeremiah (1846-1871): m'd 1871 RINEHART, Sarah E.

DEGUIRE, Charles Frances (1846-1922): m'd BROWN, Arlena H.; s/o Francois and Eleanor (St. James) Deguire

DEGUIRE, Clotilda "Tillie" (1854-1946): d/o Francois and Eleanor (St. James) Deguire; born on the trail

DEGUIRE, Francois Baptiste (1818-1909): m'd 1843 ST. JAMES, Eleanor

DEGUIRE, John (1844- ): s/o Francois and Eleanor (St. James) Deguire

DEGUIRE, Louisa Philomen (1852-1942): d/o Francois and Eleanor (St. James) Deguire

DEGUIRE, Mary Clara (1848-1948): m'd HUBBARD, David Riley; d/o Francois and Eleanor (St. James) Deguire

DICKINSON, Spencer (1807- ): m'd JACOBS, Margaret

DIERDORFF, William (1815-1871):

*6) DUNBAR, William:

*1) DUNCAN, George Clayton (1825- ): m'd 1848 RINEHART, Louise; 3 families, 12 wagons and 15 hired men in their party

*1) DUNCAN, Sarah Emeline (1849-1927): m'd BUNYARD, Jesse O.; d/o George and Louise (Rinehart) Duncan

*1) DUNCAN, Sarilda ( -1911): m'd 1864 COMEGYS, Nimrod; d/o George and Louise (Rinehart) Duncan

*1) DUNCAN, Warren Malheur (1854- ): m'd 1880 VANDERPOOL, Ida; s/o George and Louise (Rinehart) Duncan

*7) EBEY, Jacob Neff (1793-1862): m'd 1815 BLUE, Sarah Ann; s/o George and Mary (Elabarger) Ebey; settled Whidbey Island, WA; son, Isaac Neff Ebey had emigrated in 1847

*7) EBEY, Mary (c1816- ): m1.WRIGHT, Thomas S. (husband stayed in MO and they were divorced in 1857; m2. BOZARTH, Urban; ; d/o Jacob and Sarah Ann (Blue) Ebey

*7) EBEY, Winfield Scott (c1830- ): s/o Jacob and Sarah Ann (Blue) Ebey

*1) EDWARDS, Henry D. (1848-1917): m1. CLEARWATER, Eliza; m2. SWEENEY, Mrs.; s/o Thomas and Barbara (Rinehart) Edwards

*1) EDWARDS, John Stephen (1849- ): m1. 1876 SMITH, Sarah; m2. SWEENEY, Mrs.; s/o Thomas and Barbara (Rinehart) Edwards

*1) EDWARDS, Martha J. (c1851- ): m1. 1869 MILLER, William; m2. FARROW, Al; d/o Thomas and Barbara (Rinehart) Edwards

*1) EDWARDS, Thomas (1826- ): m'd 1847 RINEHART, Barbara

EELLS FAMILY RESEARCHER:
EELLS, Amanda Isabelle (1839- ): m'd 1856 BALL, Zachariah Craven; settled in Canyonville area; d/o Nathaniel and Aceneth (Dennis) Eells

*6) EELLS, Eliza Jane (1831-1920): m'd 1850 CHAPMAN, George Jefferson d/o Nathaniel and Aceneth (Dennis) Eells

*6) EELLS, Martha Ann (1834-1894): m'd 1851 CHAPMAN, John Henry; d/o Nathaniel and Aceneth (Dennis) Eells

*1) ELLIOTT, Abigail ( - ): m'd 1844 ELLIOTT, Jacob Hiram

*1) ELLIOTT, Jacob Hiram (1823- ): m'd 1844 [], Abigail

*1) ELLIS, Elizabeth (1808-1903): m'd 1822 RINEHART, Lewis

*1) ESTEP, James (1819- ): m'd 1849 MCDOWELL, Rebecca

FAUCETT FAMILY RESEARCHER:
FAUCETT, John Twiggs:

FAUCETT, Nancy: m'd 1869 STEWART, John Thomas; d/o John T. Faucett

*1) FISHER, Dolly C. ( - ): m'd 1845 FISHER, John S.

*1) FISHER, Frederick (1797- ): m'd 1818 [], Mary S.

*1) FISHER, Hiram ( - ):

*1) FISHER, James R. (1819- ): m'd 1844 [ ], Sarah

*1) FISHER, John S. (1824- ): m'd 1845 [ ], Dolly C.

*1) FISHER, Mary S. ( - ): m'd 1818 FISHER, Frederick

*1) FISHER, Sarah ( - ): m'd 1844 FISHER, James R.

*1) FRANK, Rebecca Jane ( - ): m'd 1851 CONDIT, Cyrenius

GATES, Elizabeth (1830-1892): m'd 1848 GATES, Samuel Stephen

GATES, Phebe (1849-1879): m'd 1873 REXFORD, John B.

GATES, Samuel Stephen (1823-1894): m'd 1848 [ ], Elizabeth

GERARD, Edward (1818- ):

GILANON, John ( - ):

GILL, Lettie: m'd PEDIGO, Edward

GILLILAND, Samuel P. (1826- ): m'd 1848 [ ], Betsey A.E.

*1) GILMORE, Eliza ( - ): m'd 1850 GILMORE, Nathaniel

GILMORE, John (1814- ): m'd 1844 MESSNER, Christina

*1) GILMORE, Nathaniel (1823- ): m'd 1850 [], Eliza

*8) GOODELL, Frederick Augustus (1854- ): s/o William and Anna (Pelton) Goodell; born 18 Feb 1854

*8) GOODELL, William Bird (1829-1884): m'd 16 Mar 1853 PELTON, Anna Marie; William was born 27 Jul 1829 Ontario, Canada and drowned 1 Jan 1884 when a flood of water wiped out the buildings at Port Angeles leaving him among the victims

*1) GORDON, John (1813- ):

*1) GORDON, Nancy (1806-1861): m'd 1826 CONDIT, Philip; buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR

*6) GRAY, Joseph (c1834- ): m'd [   ], Mary

*6) GRAY, Mary (c1837- ): m'd GRAY, Joseph

*8) GREEN, Sarah: m'd YANTIS, Alexander S.; settled in Thurston Co, WA

GROOMS, Sarah ( -c1855): m'd BOONE, Mr.

*1) HALL, Esslam M. ( - ): m'd VANATTA, Mary

*8) HARDY, Ebenezer C. (1833- ): m'd 02 Mar 1855 [   ], Mary; settled in Skamania Co, WA

HARRIS, Elizabeth (1835- ): d/o David and Nancy (Stovall) Harris

HARRIS, George Dayton (1843- ): s/o David and Nancy (Stovall) Harris

HARRIS, Mary E. (1845-1919): m1. 1860 WILLIAMS, George L.; m2. 1871 JONES, James H.; d/o David and Nancy (Stovall) Harris

HARRIS, Peyton Augustus (1836- ): s/o David and Nancy (Stovall) Harris

HARRIS, Susan B. (1850- ): d/o David and Nancy (Stovall) Harris

HAY, Jerry (1839- ): m'd 1864 EVANS, Martha

HEADLEY, Sarah Ann: m'd HEADLEY, Thomas; maiden name unknown at this time

HEADLEY, Thomas: m'd [   ], Sarah Ann; settled in Pierce Co, WA

*1) HINES, George H. ( - ):

HOLMES, Harris R. (1825- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Mary B.; probably arrived by sea

HOLMES, Mary B.: m'd 1854 HOLMES, Harris R.; probably arrived by sea

HOWARD, Laura Million: d/o Mr. and Mrs. Howard

HOWARD, Mr.: emigrated with wife and 6 children; settled near Ashland

HOWARD, Mrs.: m'd HOWARD, [ ]

HOWARD, Tina Zumwalt: d/o Mr. and Mrs. Howard

HUDSON, James (1819- ): m'd WILSON, Mary

*1) HUMPHREY, Caroline (c1846- ): d/o George and Cynthia Humphrey

*1) HUMPHREY, Cynthia (c1817- ): m'd HUMPHREY, George

*1) HUMPHREY, Emily (c1842- ): d/o George and Cynthia Humphrey

*1) HUMPHREY, George (c1810- ): m'd [ ], Cynthia

*1) HUMPHREY, James (c1844- ): s/o George and Cynthia Humphrey

*1) HUMPHREY, Norris Cascade (1854- ): s/o George and Cynthia Humphrey

*1) HUMPHREY, Thomas (c1848- ): s/o George and Cynthia Humphrey

*1) HUMPHREY, William (c1850- ): s/o George and Cynthia Humphrey

HUNT, Nancy A.: cut off for CA

*1) HUSTON, Mary (1821-1878): m'd 1840 LEEDY, Daniel

JACKSON, Elizabeth: m'd 1831 JACKSON, Hyer

JACKSON, Hyer (1806- ): m'd 1831 [ ], Elizabeth

JAMISON, James L. (1813- ): m'd 1849 ZUMWALT, Barbara

*1) JASPER, Andrew (c1830- ):

*8) JUDSON, Charles P.: m'd [   ], Louisa

*8) JUDSON, Emeline D. (1837-1864): m'd GATES, Levi L.; d/o Charles and Louisa Judson

*8) JUDSON, Louisa: m'd JUDSON, Charles P.; maiden name unknown at this time

*8) JUDSON, Lucretia: m'd CORLISS, George W.; settled in Olympia, WA; d/o Charles and Louisa Judson

KELLEY, Mary F.: m'd MASSEY, Phineas

KENDALL, Albert (1822- ): m'd 1850 [ ], Mary Jane

KENDALL, Mary Jane: m'd 1850 KENDALL, Albert

*8) KING, Walter (1820- ): settled Chehalis Co, WA

*8) KIRKLAND, Moses: m'd PIPER Nancy; settled King Co, WA

LANCASTER, John W. (1830- ) m'd 1854 [], Nancy Jane

*1) LANDES, Abraham (1809- ): m1. 1834 LEAVELL, Amanda; m2. 1871 PITNER, Sarah

*1) LANDES, Catherine ( - ): m1. MCPHERSON, Preston J.; m2. STEVENS, J.; d/o Abraham and Amanda (Leavell) Landes

*1) LANDES, Elizabeth (1840- ): m'd 1856 EBBERT, George W.; d/o Abraham and Amanda (Leavell) Landes

*1) LANDES, Martha Jane ( - ): m1. PEEK, William Henry; m2. JENNINGS, Joseph; d/o Abraham and Amanda (Leavell) Landes

*1) LANDES, Mary Ann ( - ): m'd SPENCER, Robert; d/o Abraham and Amanda (Leavell) Landes

*1) LANDES, Matilda ( - ): m'd 1864 POWELL, Edwin J.; d/o Abraham and Amanda (Leavell) Landes

*1) LANDES, Sarah ( - ): m1. DAVIS, Francis; m2. HAGER, John; d/o Abraham and Amanda (Leavell) Landes

*1) LANDES, William Henry ( - ): m'd BRAND, Melissa; s/o Abraham and Amanda (Leavell) Landes

*1) LANDES, Winfield Scott ( - ): m'd GOODMAN, Lucy; s/o Abraham and Amanda (Leavell) Landes

*1) LANDES, Zachary Taylor ( - ): Never Married; s/o Abraham and Amanda (Leavell) Landes

*1) LEAVELL, Amanda ( - ): m'd 1834 LANDES, Abraham

LEDFORD FAMILY RESEARCHER:
LEDFORD, Eli (1838-1859): m'd WALKER, Sarah Jane; s/o Elbert and Mary (Morelock) Ledford; settled in Jackson Co; killed by Indians

LEDFORD, George (1834- ): m'd 1877 MCCLOUD, Mary; s/o Elbert and Mary (Morelock) Ledford

*1) LEEDY, Barbara (c1843- ): d/o Daniel and Mary (Huston) Leedy

*1) LEEDY, Daniel Rev. (1818- ): m'd 1840 HUSTON, Mary

*1) LEEDY, Elizabeth (c1848- ): d/o Daniel and Mary (Huston) Leedy

*1) LEEDY, Francis (c1851- ): d/o Daniel and Mary (Huston) Leedy

*1) LEEDY, John (c1842- ): s/o Daniel and Mary (Huston) Leedy

*1) LEEDY, Mary (c1853- ): d/o Daniel and Mary (Huston) Leedy

*1) LEEDY, Sarah J. (1845-1922): m'd BALTIMORE, [ ]; d/o Daniel and Mary (Huston) Leedy

LILLARD, Lafayette (1854-1854): s/o Morgan and Nancy (Mulkey) Lillard

LILLARD, Mary Jane (1853-1877): m'd 1870 FEAGLES, Robert Lucas; d/o Morgan and Nancy (Mulkey) Lillard

LILLARD, Morgan (1822-1890): m'd 1852 MULKEY, Nancy Elizabeth

*6) LOCKWOOD, Reuben Thurston: m'd BRYANT, Mary C. Mrs.; emigrant of 1852 who returned east and came west again in 1854

LONG, Mary (1817-1900): m'd 12 May 1836 WALLING, John R.; died 21 Jul 1900 Amity, Yamhill Co, OR; mother of 8 children (Gabriel, Nancy-died prior to emigration, William-died prior to emigration, Phoebe Elizabeth, George Perry, Cynthia, Otto and John)

LUSKEY, Oliver (1805- ): m'd 1832 CLARK, Elizabeth

*1) MAGNESS, Andrew Porter (1847-1931): m'd 1869 DAVIDSON, Mary

*1) MAGNESS, David A. (1853-1928): m'd JAQUETTE, Ann

*1) MAGNESS, John Redman (1822-1893): m1. 1844 BYRD, Virginia; m2. ISOM, Mary Savage (note, some sources give name as Mary Savage York); Mexican War Veteran; miner

*1) MAGNESS, Josephine (1851-1855): d/o John and Virginia (Byrd) Magness

*1) MAGNESS, Perry G. (1849-1930): m'd KERNSON, Amy; s/o John and Virginia (Byrd) Magness

*1) MAGNESS, Robert N.: s/o John and Virginia (Byrd) Magness

*6) MARLATT, William ( -1854); m'd [   ], Mary; William died on trail; widow married Joseph Bashaw and settled in Marion County

MASSEY, Isaac:

MASSEY, Phineas: m'd KELLEY, Mary F.

MASSEY, Rebecca Ellen (1849-1923): m'd 31 Aug 1862 BILYEU, Martin Law Buren; Rebecca was born 02 Apr 1849 MO and died 15 Feb 1923 Linn Co, OR

*3) MASTERSON, Margaret R. (1816-1854): m'd 05 Mar 1835 WARD, William Alexander; d/o Lazarus and Elizabeth (Givens) Masterson; Ward Massacare

*2) MATHER, John Addison: m'd 1867 KYLE, Margaret; s/o Henry and Lucretia (Walters) Mather; younger brother of Margaret Mather Smith; emigrated alone in 1848, returned east and came with sister's family in 1854

*2) MATHER, Margaret D. (1832-1892): m'd 1849 SMITH, Joseph; d/o Henry and Lucretia (Walters) Mather; settled in Multnomah Co

MAYS, J.W. ( - ):

*1) MCCAIN, Mary E.: m'd 1853 BEASON, John

MCCASLIN, John (1829- ): m'd 1852 [ ], Mary F.

MCCASLIN, Mary F.: m'd 1852 MCCASLIN, John

*1) MCCONNELL, Sampson: m'd NEELY, Sarah Louise

MCCROSKEY, Sarah: m'd 1839 VEACH, William

*1) MCDOWELL, Rebecca ( - ): m'd 1849 ESTEP, James

MCGHEE FAMILY RESEARCHER:
MCGHEE, Jessee Anderson (1823-1908): m'd 1848 NORRIS, Amanda Catherine; s/o Wyatt and Jane (Anderson) McGhee; buried Greenwood Cemetery, Palouse, WA

MCGHEE, John Wyatt (1849-1916): m'd 1880 MICHAEL, Elizabeth Jane; s/o Jessee and Amanda (Norris) McGhee

MCGHEE, Thomas Henry (1852-1940): m'd 1877 MCFARLAND, Anna; s/o Jessee and Amanda (Norris) McGhee

MCGINNIS, Isaac (1812- ):

MCKINNEY, Elizabeth ( - ):

MCKINNEY, Peter ( - ):

MCPHILLIPS, James (1831- ):

*8) MEEKER, Child1: c/o J.R. and Sarah Meeker

*8) MEEKER, Child2: c/o J.R. and Sarah Meeker

*8) MEEKER, Child3: c/o J.R. and Sarah Meeker

*8) MEEKER, J. R.: m'd [   ], Nancy; settled in Lewis Co, WA

*8) MEEKER, Nancy ( -1854): m'd MEEKER, J.R.; maiden name unknown at this time; died on trail  18 Jun 1854

*8) MEEKER, Sarah (1854- ): d/o J.R. and Sarah Meeker, born on trail

*6) MILLER, Benjamin Franklin: m'd 1857 SUTTON, Margaret Jane

*1) MILLER, Ruth Ann (1808-1890): m'd 1822 NEELY, Edward

*1) MILSAP, Lucretia (1830-1912): m'd BAGLEY, John

*1) MILSAP, William (1830- ): m'd 1854 WEISS, Melinda "Mary"

MINTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*1) MINTON, Arza B. (1842- ): m'd 1869 MANNING, Cynthia s/o David and Sally Minton

*1) MINTON, David W. (1816- ): m'd 1840 [ ], Sally; settled Lane Co

*1) MINTON, Jacob H. (1847- ): m'd 1868 GRIFFIN, Martha P.; s/o David and Sally Minton

*1) MINTON, Polly S. (1843- ): m'd 1858 BRISTOL, George; d/o David and Sally Minton

*1) MINTON, Sally: m'd 1840 MINTON, David W.

*1) MINTON, Sarah H. (1845- ): d/o David and Sally Minton

MORGAN, J.B.
MULKEY, Nancy Elizabeth (c1835-1877): m'd 1852 LILLARD, Morgan; d/o Charles and Lavina (Reed) Mulkey

NEELY FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*1)NEELY, Benjamin Franklin (1849- ):

*1)NEELY, David (1832- ):  buried Sailor Cemetery, Noti, OR; never married

*1) NEELY, Edward (1795-1881): m'd 1822 MILLER, Ruth Ann; buried Driskell Cemetery, OR

*1)NEELY, Edward (1834-1898 ): buried Fairview Cemetery, Coquille, OR

*1)NEELY, James (1837-1909 ): buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Grants Pass, OR

*1) *6) NEELY, Jane Ann (1828-1915): m'd 1845 COOK, Jacob N.; buried Sailor Cemetery, Noti, OR

*1)NEELY, Jason (1841-1928 ): Spencer Butte Cemetery, Eugene, OR

*1) NEELY, John (1824-1899 ): m'd TAYLOR, Sarah; buried Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Grants Pass, OR

*1)NEELY, Mary Melvina (1851-1878 ): buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Eugene, OR

*1) NEELY, Nancy Jane (1852- ): d/o John and Sarah (Taylor) Neely

*1)NEELY, Sarah Louise (1829-1863 ): m'd 1851 MCCONNELL, Sampson; died Lane Co, OR; husband died 1902 and is buried at Roseburg, OR at the Old Soldiers Home Cemetery

*1)NEELY, Thomas Jefferson (1846-1920 ):

*1)NEELY, William Wallace (1842-1935): buried Mapleton IOOF Cemetery, Mapleton, OR

NEIL, Clayborn: one source says emigrant of 1852

NEIL, Jennie: m'd 1880 ALFORD, Russell A.; d/o Clayborn Neil; one source says emigrant of 1852

NEIL, Sarah A.: m'd 1865 CHAPMAN, Daniel; d/o Clayborn Neil; one source says emigrant of 1852

NEWMAN, Aaron (1826- ):

NOAH, Rachel Hannah (1830-1893): m'd 1845 TURNER, James Samuel; settled Douglas Co

NORRIS, Amanda Catherine (1825-1859): m'd 1848 MCGHEE, Jessee Anderson; d/o John and Nancy (Naylor) Norris; buried Pioneer Cemetery, Lebanon, OR

NORTHCUTT, S.T.:

NORTHRUP FAMILY RESEARCHER:
NORTHRUP, Adeline (c1844- ): m'd 1860 HOWELL, Stanford; crossed the plains by oxen team with her grandparents; was homesteading in Heppner, OR by 1876

OSBORN, Alfred H. (1833- ):

OWEN, Jason (1828- ): may have come up from CA

OWEN, William A. (1832- ): may have come up from CA

*1) PALMER, Sarah Caroline : m'd VANATTA, Gearshum; traveled in Macy Train

PARKER, Asa C. (1828-1883): m'd 1853 [ ], Margaret A.; Asa Parker probably emigrated prior to 1854 but his Oregon Donation Land Claim application states that he arrived in Oregon in March 1854 indicating he either arrived via ship or had already emigrated to California and mored up into Oregon at that time.  I suspect the latter scenerio is the case.  In 1860 he and his family are shown in Jackson County, Oregon but by 1870 he is back in California.  In 1880 his wife and children are living in Iowa and Asa is living in California with what appears to be a new wife.  He was the father of 6 known children by his first wife (Seth, Honor, Jane Annis, Estella, Longley and Leona/Lendona)

*1) PARSON, Annie ( - ): m'd c1839 BONNETT, Samuel J.

PEDIGO, Edward (1805-1891): m'd 1826 GILL, Lettie; settled in Clackamas county where he took up farming; 1871 moved to Palouse Co, WA; emigrated to OR with all children except one that had previously emigrated west

PELTON, Anna Marie (1832- ): m'd 16 Mar 1853 GOODELL, William Bird, b/o Sylvester and Eunice (Sturges) Pelton; born 22 Aug 1832 and died 30 Oct 1902 Lorain, OH;  after the death of her husband she returned to her home in OH with her three children

PHILPS, John (c1852- ): s/o William & Sarah (Boone) Philps; per Peggy Lovelace Contreras

PHILPS, William (c1822- ): m'd 1850 BOONE, Sarah Griffin; per Peggy Lovelace Contreras

PIKE, James (1825-1895): m'd 1845 TROXEL, Mary; s/o William and Lydia Pike; cutoff for CA; emigrated to OR in 1855

PIKE, Lydia (1846-1932): m'd 1866 ARNEL, Clinton; d/o James and Mary (Troxel) Pike; cutoff for CA; emigrated to OR in 1855

PIKE, Malissa Jane (1853-1936): m'd 1870 WOOD, Amos Britton; d/o James and Mary (Troxel) Pike; cutoff for CA; emigrated to OR in 1855

PIPER, Nancy: m'd KIRKLAND, Moses; settled King Co, WA

POE, William (1831- ): m'd 1854 VANATTA, Jane

PURKERSON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*1) PURKERSON, William G. (1830- ): m'd 1849 CHESHIRE, Miley; the marriage date given in the 1845 Macy Wagon Train Roster is incorrect.

REES FAMILY RESEARCHER:
REES, McDonough Bainbridge (1831-1915): m'd 1854 HALL, America Frances

*1) RINEHART, Barbara (1838-1883): m'd 1847 EDWARDS, Thomas; d/o Lewis and Elizabeth (Ellis) Rinehart

*1) RINEHART, Frank M. (1839-1907): m1. 1860 TAYLOR, Sarah K.; m2. 1863 THOMPSON, Martha; m3. 1880 HUBANKS, Melissa; s/o Lewis and Elizabeth (Ellis) Rinehart

*1) RINEHART, Henry (1842-1917): m'd 1865 MARTIN, Margaret A.; s/o Lewis and Elizabeth (Ellis) Rinehart

*1) RINEHART, James H. (1836-1914): m1. 1859 RODGERS, Alcinda; m2. 1862 ALLEN, Sarah C.; s/o Lewis and Elizabeth (Ellis) Rinehart

*1) RINEHART, Jasper Newton (1848-1933): m'd 1872 NEVILLE, Catherine; s/o Lewis and Elizabeth (Ellis) Rinehart

*1) RINEHART, Lewis (1801- ): m'd 1822 ELLIS, Elizabeth

*1) RINEHART, Lewis Byrd (1844-1909): m'd 1867 GLENN, Amanda; s/o Lewis and Elizabeth (Ellis) Rinehart

*1) RINEHART, Louise (1832-1884): m'd 1848 DUNCAN, George Clayton d/o Lewis and Elizabeth (Ellis) Rinehart

*1) RINEHART, Sarah E. (1853-1932): m'd 1871 CRUM, Jeremiah; s/o Lewis and Elizabeth (Ellis) Rinehart

*1) RINEHART, William Ellis (1846-1914): m'd 1868 MARTIN, Elizabeth; s/o Lewis and Elizabeth (Ellis) Rinehart

ROORK FAMILY RESEARCHER:
ROORK, George W. (1830- ): m'd 1854 [ ], Sarah Ann; settled Clackamas Co in area called Barton on Deep Creek Highway 224

ROORK, James (1828-1884): m'd 1853 [ ], Nancy; settled north of Boring; Johnson Creek flows through Sec 19 and Mt. Hood Hwy runs through Sec 30 of his claim; buried in Escobar Cemetery in Gresham

ROORK, Sarah ( - ): m1. CARTER, Calloway; m2. RICHEY, [ ];

ROORK, Sarah Ann: m'd 1854 ROORK, George W.; maiden name not known at this time

ROORK, Thomas (b. 1796- ): settled south of Boring in Clackamas Co

ROORK, Thomas G. (1833- ):

*1) ROWLAND, Rebecca (1834-1863): m'd CONDIT, Cyrenius; buried Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Aumsville, Marion Co, OR

ROYCE, George H. (1812- ): m'd 1837 [ ], Pamelia

ROYCE, Pamelia: m'd 1837 ROYCE, George H.

SAWYER, John:

SMALL, Elwood (1847-1929): s/o Isaac and Hester (Campbell) Small

SMALL, Isaac H. (1823-1904): m'd 07 May 1846 CAMPBELL, Hester Ann

SMALL, James M. (1852-c1925): s/o Isaac and Hester (Campbell) Small

SMALL, Lavina (1850-1928): m'd DRAKE, W.H.; d/o Isaac and Hester (Campbell) Small

Joseph SMITH FAMILY RESEARCHER:   Joseph Smith web site
SMITH, Alexander:

*2) SMITH, Joseph (1818-1891): m'd 1849 MATHER, Margaret D.; left Madison, IN in 1853 enroute to St. Joseph, MO where they wintered before starting their emigration to OR in 1854; settled in Multnomah Co

*2) SMITH, Joseph Eddy (1851- ): m'd 1877 SCOTT, Nancy Elizabeth; s/o Joseph and Margaret (Mather) Smith

*2) SMITH, Letitia C. (1850- ): m'd 1869 GUBSER, Andrew; d/o Joseph and Margaret (Mather) Smith

*2 SMITH, Seatta Gertrude (1854- ): m'd 1874 DIX, Alonzo Garrett; d/o Joseph and Margaret (Mather) Smith; born on trail near Devil's Gate, WY

SMITH, Luther:

SMYTH, Hinson (1827- ): m'd 1853 [ ], Martha

*1) SPEER, Nancy: m'd c1817 ALLEN, Samuel

*6) STEWART, Alexander Franklin (1842- ): m1. 25 Jan 1867 RILEY, Harriet "Hattie" M.; m2. 1872 RILEY, Laura E.; s/o Joel and Sarah (Thurston) Stewart; born 25 Jan 1842; after death of first wife he lived in Port Orford for awhile with brother Amos; school teacher, county treasurer, superintendent of schools, in state legislature; collector of customs at Coos Bay

*6) STEWART, Amos Kendall "Doc" (1836- ): s/o Joel and Sarah (Thurston) Stewart; 1860 living in Polk Co; 1870 in Curry Co with brother Frank keeping a saloon; born 24 Mar 1836

*6) STEWART, Ann Elizabeth (1832- ): d/o Joel and Sarah (Thurston) Stewart; single in the 1860 Census; born 03 Oct 1832

*6) STEWART, Hannah Jane (1841- ): m'd 1858 SMITH, John F.;d/o Joel and Sarah (Thurston) Stewart; born 22 Aug 1841; resided in Marion Co

*6) STEWART, Harriet Augusta (1838- ): m1. 09 Apr 1855 ZAHNISER, Aaron; m2. SMITH, Thomas;d/o Joel and Sarah (Thurston) Stewart; born 13 Apr 1838; lived in Marion Co for several years before moving to Portland; was deserted by first husband and moved to Curry Co to be with brothers prior to second marriage

*6) STEWART, Laura Ann (1829- ): m'd 1846 CARTER, Joseph; d/o Joel and Sarah (Thurston) Stewart; born 14 Apr 1829

*6) STEWART, Melissa (1840- ): m'd 06 Apr 1856 SMITH, Samuel; d/o Joel and Sarah (Thurston) Stewart; born 20 Jan 1840

*6) STEWART, Susan (1845- ): m'd REYNOLDS, John;d/o Joel and Sarah (Thurston) Stewart; born 05 Feb 1845

STIMPSON, George W. (1832- ): m'd 1875 DAVIS, Mary E.

STOVALL, Nancy D. (1814- ): m'd 1834 HARRIS, David Houston; husband died in MO just prior to emigration; Nancy continued to OR accompanied by her five children; settled at Red Hill at Yoncalla, OR

STRATTON, J. A. (1844- ):

STRATTON, Julius Augustus: [OHS: Mss #1048, Recollections, 32 p reminiscence; departed St. Joseph, MO 01 May 1854 and arrived Umpqua Valle, OR later October 1854; traveled with Hockensmith and later Bell]

STRATTON, Milton A. (1838- ): m'd WILLIAMS, Helen

SUTTON FAMILY RESEARCHER:
*6) SUTTON, James McCall (1830-1878): m'd 14 Feb 1867 SHOOK, Mary Jane; s/o John and Nancy (McCall) Sutton; went west in 1851 and returned east with his father and both accompanied the family west in 1854; see 1851 emigrant list; noted as the person who named Crater Lake

*6) SUTTON, John Pierce (1805- ): m1. MCCALL, Nancy; m2. THURSTON, Sarah; emigrant of 1851 along with his 3 oldest sons; returned east with son, James, and brought family out in 1854

*6) SUTTON, Margaret Jane (1838-1904): m'd 1857 MILLER, Benjamin Franklin; d/o John and Nancy (McCall) Sutton; born Dec 1838 and died 24 Oct 1904 Jackson Co, OR; pioneer settlers in Rogue River Valley of Southern Oregon

*6) SUTTON, Mary Emily (1843- ): m'd 15 Oct 1863 CURRY, Thomas; d/o John and Nancy (McCall) Sutton; born c1843

*6) SUTTON, Melinda A. (1840- ): m'd 23 Jan 1856 KIMBALL, Elizar; d/o John and Nancy (McCall) Sutton; born c1840; spent most of life in Jackson Co, OR

*6) SUTTON, Walter Freeman (1849- ): m'd 14 Feb 1877 SCHMITT, Louisa;s/o John and Sarah (Thurston) Sutton; born 20 Dec 1849; became a well-known newspaper editor and publisher

TAYLOR, John S.L.: cut off for CA  [OHS: Mss #17, 22 page diary, departed Westport, MO April 20, 1854 and arrived in Cohisa, CA September 10, 1854]

*1) TAYLOR, Sarah (1830- ): m'd NEELY, John

*6) THURSTON, Sarah (1806-1854): m1. STEWART ( -1847); m2. 1848 SUTTON, John; Sarah was born 12 Jan 1806 in New Bedford, OH and died in September 1854 in Tygh Valley and was buried under the trail ruts wrapped in a feather mattress where the trail meets the Barlow Road; widowed from first husband in 1847 she remarried in 1848 to widower, John Sutton; on the trail she was accompanied by 8 children from her first marriage,, four step children from the first marriage of John Sutton and one child that from her second marriage

*6) TIPTON, Elizabeth: m'd TIPTON, Meschach; maiden name unknown at this time

*6) TIPTON, Meschach: m'd [   ], Elizabeth

*6) TIPTON, Son1: s/o Meschach and Elizabeth Tipton

*6) TIPTON, Son2: s/o Meschach and Elizabeth Tipton

*6) TIPTON, Son3: s/o Meschach and Elizabeth Tipton

*6) TIPTON, Son4: s/o Meschach and Elizabeth Tipton

*6) TIPTON, Son5: s/o Meschach and Elizabeth Tipton

TOWNSEND, William:

TRACY, Joseph Franklin (1820- ): m'd 1842 BEMIS, Hannah Thompson; b. Ellisburg, Jefferson Co, NY; married Geauga Co, OH; died Douglas Co, OR in a logging accident

TRIM FAMILY RESEARCHER:
Gail Edwards-Petersen

TRIM, Nancy: m1. 1844 CLINE, John Michael; m2. ELLISON, []

TROXEL, Mary (1819-1891): m'd 1845 PIKE, James; d/o John and Sarah (Brown) Troxel; cutoff for CA; emigrated to OR in 1855

TURNER, James Samuel (1825-1901): m'd 1845 NOAH, Rachel Hanna; settled Douglas Co

TURPIN, Andrew (1845-1917); md Sarah E. WILES; s/o John TURPIN & Nancy WISDOM

TURPIN, John (1806- ): m'd 1827 WISDOM, Nancy  

TURPIN, N.P. or W.P. (1841- ); s/o of John TURPIN & Nancy WISDOM

VANATTA FAMILY RESEARCHER:

*1) VANATTA, Elizabeth ( - ): m'd 1852 CLARK, John J.

*1) VANATTA, Gearshum ( - ): m'd PALMER, Sarah Caroline

*1) VANATTA, Mary ( - ): m'd HALL, Essalum Monroe; d/o Gearshum and Sarah Caroline (Palmer) Vanatta

*8) VAN WORMER, Charles: m'd [   ], Mary; settled Lewis Co, WA

*8) VAN WORMER, Child1:

*8) VAN WORMER, Child2:

*8) VAN WORMER, Child3:

*8) VAN WORMER, Mary: m'd VAN WORMER, Charles; maiden name unknown at this time

VEACH, William (1818- ): m'd 1839 MCCROSKEY, Sarah

VEATCH, Robert M.; m'd 1872 CURRIN, Seraphina; graduated from Corvallis College in 1870; served in Oregon legislature 1882-1890; operated hardware store 1897-1917 in Cottage Grove where he was also mayor

VERNOR FAMILY RESEARCHER:
VERNOR, Mary (1802- ): m1. c1827 HODGE, David; m2. 1829 WALLACE, John; settled in Polk Co

*6) WALDO, Avarilla: m'd WALDO, John B.; went to CA in 1849 where husband died; widow returned east and emigrated again in 1854 and settled in Douglas Co; reportedly emigrated in 1854 with "7 negores" 

WALLACE  FAMILY RESEARCHER:
WALLACE, J.H.P. (c1842- ): s/o John and Mary (Vernor) Wallace

WALLACE, John Rev. (1804- ): m'd 1829 VERNOR, Mary; born in England, came to US in 1813 with his father; settled in IL where he married the widow Mary (Vernor) Hodge; emigrated to Polk Co, OR where he remained until his death

WALLACE, Lindley M. (c1840- ): s/o John and Mary (Vernor) Wallace

WALLING, Cynthia (1851- ): m'd MCCARTHY, [   ]; d/o John and Mary (Long) Walling; died Lewiston, ID

WALLING, Gabriel (1830-1894): s/o John and Mary (Long) Walling

WALLING, George Perry (1846-1926): m'd 05 Jun 1871 CLARK, Dora Atherton; s/o John and Mary (Long) Walling; died Piedmont, CA

WALLING, John (1854- ): s/o John and Mary (Long) Walling

WALLING, John R. (1813- ): m'd 12 May 1836 LONG, Mary; came from Fulton Co, IL, was engaged in building and contracting, farming and nursery business; settled at Amity, Yamhill Co, OR; father of 8 children (Gabriel, Nancy-died prior to emigration, William-died prior to emigration, Phoebe Elizabeth, George Perry, Cynthia, Otto and John)

WALLING, Otto (c1852- ): s/o John and Mary (Long) Walling; died CA

WALLING, Phoebe Elizabeth (1843- ): m'd BURTON, [   ]; d/o John and Mary (Long) Walling; died in Piedmont, CA

WARD, Edward ( -1854): Ward Train Massacre

WARD, Dau: m'd BELL, John M.

WARD, Dau: m'd BELT, Dr.

*3) WARD, Child (1852-1854): c/o William and Margaret (Masterson) Ward

*3) WARD, Edward L. (1843-1854): s/o William and Margaret (Masterson) Ward

*3) WARD, Flora A. (1847-1854): Ward Train Massacre; d/o William and Margaret (Masterson) Ward

*3) WARD, Margaret ( -1854): Ward Train Massacre

*3) WARD, Mary E. (1837-1854): Ward Train Massacre; d/o William and Margaret (Masterson) Ward

*3) WARD, Newton Jasper (1841-1925): s/o William and Margaret (Masterson) Ward; survivor of Ward Train Massacre

*3) WARD, Robert George (1838-1854): Ward Train Massacre; s/o William and Margaret (Masterson) Ward

WARD, Sarah E.; m'd BELL, John Colgate; d/o General Thompson Ward

*3) WARD, Susan F. (1850-1854): Ward Train Massacre; d/o William and Margaret (Masterson) Ward

*3) WARD, Thomas C. (1848-1854): Ward Train Massacre; s/o William and Margaret (Masterson) Ward

*3) WARD, William Alexander ( - 1854): m'd 05 Mar 1835 MASTERSON, Margaret; Ward Train Massacre

*3) WARD, William Mitchell (1839-1925): s/o William and Margaret (Masterson) Ward; survivor of Ward Train Massacre

WEISS, Melinda "Mary": m1. BYRD, John; m2. 1854 MILSAP, William

WELCH,  Corilla (1815-1866): m'd Reason AMON

WHITE, George ( -1854): Ward Train Massacre

WHITELY, Elizabeth (c1805- ): m'd WHITELY, John

WHITELY, Franklin M. (c1832-): m'd BOONE, Cassandra; per Peggy Lovelace Contreras

WHITELY, John (c1802- ): m'd [], Elizabeth

WHITELY, William (c1842- ): s/o John and Elizabeth Whitely

*8) WHITSELL, Child1; c/o Henry and Margaret Whitsell

*8) WHITSELL, Child2; c/o Henry and Margaret Whitsell

*8) WHITSELL, Child3; c/o Henry and Margaret Whitsell

*8) WHITSELL, Child4; c/o Henry and Margaret Whitsell

*8) WHITSELL, Child5; c/o Henry and Margaret Whitsell

*8) WHITSELL, Henry: m'd [   ], Margaret

*8) WHITSELL, Margaret: m'd WHITSELL, Henry; maiden name unknown at this time

WHITTLESEY, Martha ( -1861): m'd CONNOR, [ ]

WILCOXON, William (c1831- ):

*1) WILLIAMS, Elizabeth ( - ): m'd 1848 COFFIN, George D.

WILLIAMS, L. L. (1834- ): m'd 1858 ANDERSON, Sarah J.; m2. 1863 HAY, Mary; m3. 1873 QUICK, Mrs. S. J.

WILSON, Mary: m'd BEVINS, Hudson James

WISDOM, Nancy (1806- ); md 1827 John TURPIN

WRIGHT, J.M.:

WRITESMAN, John A.:

*8) YANTIS, Alexander: m'd GREEN, Sarah; settled in Thurston Co, WA

*8) YANTIS, Child1; c/o Alexander and Sarah (Green) Yantis

*8) YANTIS, Child2; c/o Alexander and Sarah (Green) Yantis

*8) YANTIS, Child3; c/o Alexander and Sarah (Green) Yantis

*8) YANTIS, Child4; c/o Alexander and Sarah (Green) Yantis

*8) YANTIS, Child5; c/o Alexander and Sarah (Green) Yantis

*8) YANTIS, Child6; c/o Alexander and Sarah (Green) Yantis

*8) YANTIS, Child7; c/o Alexander and Sarah (Green) Yantis

*1) YATES, Jeptha C. (1831- ): m'd 1851 ALLEN, Elizabeth

*1) ZUMWALT, Barbara: m'd 1849 JAMISON, James L.

 


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